Πέμπτη, 14 Μαΐου 2009

Dizzi Gillespie Quintet: Tin Tin Deo/ And Then She Stopped/ A Night in Tunisia

Από την wikipedia:

In 1960, he was inducted into the Down Beat Jazz Hall of Fame.

In 1964 the artist put himself forward as a presidential candidate. He promised that if he were elected, the White House would be renamed "The Blues House," and a cabinet composed of Duke Ellington (Secretary of State), Miles Davis (Director of the CIA), Max Roach (Secretary of Defense), Charles Mingus (Secretary of Peace), Ray Charles (Librarian of Congress), Louis Armstrong (Secretary of Agriculture), Mary Lou Williams (Ambassador to the Vatican), Thelonious Monk (Travelling Ambassador) and Malcolm X (Attorney General).[5][6] He also said his running mate would be Phyllis Diller.

Gillespie published his autobiography, To Be or Not to Bop in 1979.











Bonus but only part of it with Lalo Schifrin in piano

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